Seagull is releasing the 25th Anniversary CW Flame Maple EQ and Mahogany Spruce acoustic guitars

Montreal, Canada (February 14, 2008) -- To commemorate 25 years of Canadian acoustic guitar craftsmanship, Seagull is introducing two Limited Edition 25th Anniversary acoustic guitars: the Seagull Anniversary CW Flame Maple EQ and Mahogany Spruce.

Both models feature Seagull’s Select Pressure-Tested solid spruce tops, which aim to ensure optimal stiffness and rigidity for maximum harmonic vibration. Other characteristics include a high-gloss custom polished finish, Adirondack spruce bracing, double binding, intricate wood rosette, deluxe gold tuning machines with cream buttons, a special commemorative certificate and 25th Anniversary headstock logo.

The Anniversary CW Flame Maple EQ’s back & sides are flame maple, made from a 3-layer lamination of hard wood, as well as a high-gloss flame maple veneer on the headstock. The guitars also come with on-board electronics and a Seagull gig bag. The Anniversary Mahogany Spruce features a high-gloss mahogany veneer on the headstock, all solid wood, with solid mahogany back & sides and a solid spruce top.

CW Flame Maple EQ Mahogany Spruce
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CW Flame Maple EQ Mahogany Spruce
Neck Silver Leaf Maple Mahogany
Fingerboard Indian Rosewood Indian Rosewood
Top Select Pressure tested Solid Spruce Select Pressure tested Solid Spruce
Back & Sides Flame Maple (3-way laminate) Solid Mahogany
Bridge Indian Rosewood Indian Rosewood
Saddle Tusq (Fully compensated) Tusq (Fully compensated)
Top Nut Tusq Tusq
Finish High-Gloss Custom Polished High-Gloss Custom Polished
Scale 24.84” (63 cm) 24.84” (63 cm)
Radius 16’’ (40,6 cm) 16’’ (40,6 cm)
Nut Width 1.8’’ (4,6 cm) 1.8’’ (4,6 cm)
Electronics On-board electronics included N/A
Gig bag Included N/A
List Price $869.00 $869.00

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